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[NXC UserInteraction Library]

float createNumberPicker (string questionText_, float minNumber_, float maxNumber_, float selectedNumber_ = -9999, float step_=1 )

Number pickerAsk for a floating-point or integer number with sliding menu interface.

Parameters:
questionText_ Text displayed above the picker. Can be left empty.
minNumber_ Minimal value in the picker
maxNumber_ Maximal value in the picker. This number might be adjusted so that an integer amount of steps towards it is possible from minNumber_
selectedNumber_ (Optional) Default selected value. This is defaulted to minNumber_ if out of range or not one of steps. Default = minNumber_
step_ (Optional) Size of one step. Must be greater than 0. Default = 1

Returns:
float Selected number


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